Curtin Singapore is the Singapore campus of Australia’s Curtin University, offering pathway, undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Programs at Curtin Singapore have the same structure and content as those offered in Perth that open students up to global career opportunities in a range of industries.
If you want a business degree that gives you a competitive edge and puts you ahead of the game, we’ve got what you’re looking for. Curtin Business School (CBS) offers a comprehensive range of business courses with study areas in accounting, banking, international business, management, marketing, and advertising, and our industry connections ensure these are aligned with the latest industry trends.
CBS programs are highly dynamic and interactive, and use a wide range of teaching methods including case studies and group work. You’ll apply the skills you learn in your degree to a contemporary case study, using resources from leading local and international organisations. Our humanities degrees train students in creative and critical thinking to prepare them for a dynamic career. Curtin’s Faculty of Humanities has both a local and global focus, offering degrees that are applied, creative and relevant to contemporary society.
Curtin is ranked by the QS University Rankings as one of the world’s top 50 universities aged under 50 and number one in Western Australia. Curtin is continuing to provide excellent teaching facilities in partnership with industry players to ensure that graduates receive a diverse, challenging and rewarding education grounded in the real world.
Taught using the same structure and content as courses offered at Curtin’s flagship Bentley Campus, Curtin Singapore’s programs open students up to global career opportunities in a range of industries. Students at Curtin Singapore can complete their three-year bachelor degree in two years (trimester calendar), with intakes starting in March, July and November. Curtin students can also internationalise their study experience by transferring between Singapore and Australian campuses.